I decided to jazz up yesterday's purple with a little stamping action. So I grabbed a fouxnad plate I bought from Amazon (MASH... Konad knockoffs, as I discovered when they arrived at my home. While I do think that knocking off other company's images is a bit stinky, I paid so little for the plates, there was no point in paying to return them, so I am going to have to get over it.) and my bottle of China Glaze Hi-Tek, a lovely rose gold from their Khrome collection. I like the rosy tone of the gold against the purple.
This is a kinda-sorta fail, since I mucked up my placement a bit and had to do a little filling in, resulting in over stamp and making things look a bit muddled and slightly smeary, in macro. But, since I doubt anyone is going to be grabbing my hand and inspecting my nails under a loupe, I think I'm safe. And if anyone does grab my hand and inspect my nails under a loupe, they probably have serious boundary issues and I will wish to avoid them, in the future.
So, here are the pictures. They are, as always, clickable to enlarge. I don't suggest it, tho. Unless you have boundary issues, you loupe carrying freak. ;) :P lol (I hope that you get that was a joke. :))
An attempt at being all artsy-fartsy. Dig those sausage-y fingers. Niiice! *not!*
A little closer... And just look at those areas where I tried to fill in.
And a little closer... Smeary and over stamped areas are more evident. *sigh*
And closest. Trust me, you don't need to see this. lol
Obviously, I need more practice and should stamp more often. Maybe I would actually learn how to place my images properly, thus ending the need for filling in and humiliation at showing my over stamped and smeary spots in macro. :P
I topped this all in another coat of Seche Vite for shine and to brighten everything up.
Okay, thanks for popping in, love bugs. Have a great weekend and may your polish never bubble or your stamping never smear.